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Pungry's artwork.
Species Puni
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
Latest appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Nintendo Switch) (2024)
“This shop is inconspicuous, so it's great for hiding. I'm gonna just camp here... ...Huh? They're all gone? All those bad guys?”
Pungry, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Pungry is a furtive sunglasses and beanie-sporting Puni who is found in the Great Tree shop in the game Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. His name is likely a portmanteau of "Puni" and "hungry". He shares traits with cartoon burglars or spies, having a surreptitious personality and attire.

He accompanies Pungent in his shop. During the events of Chapter 2, he says that the X-Nauts had been "desperately searching for something," but he did not know what. He also tells Mario that he camouflaged the shop entrance, which seems to have allowed him and Pungent to avoid detection by the X-Nauts when they took over the tree.

Pungry's design is the same as the Movers who reside in the Pit of 100 Trials.

Tattle information[edit]

  • That's Pungry of the Punies. He seems to be friends with Pungent, as far as I can tell. I guess they avoided any trouble with the X-Nauts by holing up in here.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese プノ
From "Puni" and「の」(-no, Japanese name ending)

Chinese (simplified) 普诺
Transliteration of the Japanese name

Chinese (traditional) 普諾
Transliteration of the Japanese name

Dutch Siemini
From the name "Siem" and "mini" or Ini ("Puni")
French Pouniggy
Pun on Pouni ("Puni") and the name "Iggy"
German Bubuvsky
From Bubu ("Puni") and the Slavic suffix -sky
Italian Fuglielmo
Portmanteau of Fufino ("Puni") and the name "Guglielmo"
Korean 마노
Derived from "말랑" (Mallang, "Puni") and the Japanese name

Spanish Puno
From the Japanese name